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Sep
24
comment Was Jesus circumcised and did he eat pork?
If Jesus did eat pork the Peter probably would not have protested in Acts 11. Therefore, I think it is unlikely that He did.
Aug
28
comment American evangelist Jean Darnell, “UK prophecy 1967” True or false?
The questions here are meant to be self-contained. So you should summarise it and keep the reference for those who want more info / check it is real.
Aug
28
comment American evangelist Jean Darnell, “UK prophecy 1967” True or false?
Please add what the prophecy was (summary). Also, when you ask if it is considered to be true or false, by whom do you mean?
Aug
26
comment What is Paul referring to in talking about the “thorn in his side”?
Also asked on BH SE.
Aug
8
comment Prominent Theologians' answer to: What is “The Parable of the Shrewd Manager” about?
@Caleb - how did this get re-opened - do you know?
Aug
7
comment Prominent Theologians' answer to: What is “The Parable of the Shrewd Manager” about?
@Flimzy - indeed, it's a complete hack around the rules! I will try to write a meta post to discuss this issue - hopefully today.
Aug
7
comment Prominent Theologians' answer to: What is “The Parable of the Shrewd Manager” about?
@DavidStratton - good idea about meta. I've been thinking about this for over a year now, that we're closing interesting questions and so we're left with dull things like "what does LDS say about...?" When I am inspired, I will post on meta. Not a criticism of you, of course, but of the site's policy. Please feel free to delete these comments in due time if it is too much clutter.
Aug
7
comment Prominent Theologians' answer to: What is “The Parable of the Shrewd Manager” about?
@Flimzy - this is what I am afraid of.
Aug
7
comment Prominent Theologians' answer to: What is “The Parable of the Shrewd Manager” about?
@Flimzy - the first option is not applicable here - I'm not looking for a specific word. The second is, as you say, just a matter of Googling it. I want to know what the parable means. I appreciate that is a truth question by the site's definition but I don't know what else to do right now. I'm wondering how to proceed constructively.
Aug
7
comment Prominent Theologians' answer to: What is “The Parable of the Shrewd Manager” about?
@Flimzy - then what do you suggest? FWIW I've been helped by your meta post on this topic, thanks.
Aug
7
comment Prominent Theologians' answer to: What is “The Parable of the Shrewd Manager” about?
@DavidStratton - does the edited question now make it on topic? If so, please re-open. If not, please help.
Aug
6
comment Can the belief of Jesus' listeners be considered belief unto salvation?
@gideonmarx - I don't understand the difference you are drawing in the meaning of "belief unto salvation". Can you explain further?
Aug
5
comment By what did Jesus call Joseph?
Nice, welcome to Christianity SE!
Aug
5
comment What is the source DNA for the body of Jesus?
Maybe Mary's first century equivalent question and Gabriel's answer (Luke 1:34-35) might help you.
Aug
5
comment What is the source DNA for the body of Jesus?
I like this question but I have no idea how / whether it can be answered in a way that is not speculative. Clearly DNA creation is not a problem for the Author of Creation.
Aug
5
comment What tribe is David from?
I've answered your main question. But you've then added lots of confusing points which are actually other questions. Please try to split them up. And would you also check out our tour, since your questions will need to be well phrased to be acceptable.
Aug
4
comment Where in the Bible does it say that Lucifer is an angel?
@TheFreemason: thank you for explaining your downvote. Indeed, I did make that mistake in the original draft of my question (assuming Lucifer = Satan) but then I added an update to explain it. That wasn't the core of this question, though, but of this question.
Aug
4
comment Are there any documented instances of anyone moving a mountain in faith?
@Flimzy - I think your argument matches your name... :) but I'll await community judgement. If four more agree, it's toast.
Aug
4
comment Are there any documented instances of anyone moving a mountain in faith?
@Flimzy - your examples are "answers to prayer" but do not fit supernatural miracle. See examples here.
Aug
4
comment Are there any documented instances of anyone moving a mountain in faith?
@Flimzy: nobody who dynamites a mountain says it was "by faith". Besides, I wrote, "I'm thinking of a genuine supernatural miracle."